Cell Project Space, 258 Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 9DA

Yuri Pattison: Free Traveller

Yuri Pattison, 'free traveller' (2014), Cell Project Space

Yuri Pattison presents a new body of work further developing his investigations into the spatial and temporal displacements of the digital age. Review by Tim Dixon.

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The Mockingbird Theatre and Bar, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham, B9 4AA

Fierce Festival, Steven Cohen: Sphincterography

Steven Cohen, 'Sphincterography' (2014)

Steven Cohen is a performance artist who stages interventions in the public realm and in gallery/theatre spaces. His work invariably draws attention to that which is marginalised in society, starting with his own identity as a gay, Jewish, white South African man. Review by Beth Bramich.

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DanceXchange, Birmingham Hippodrome, Thorp Street, Birmingham, B5 4TB

Fierce Festival, Dana Michel: Yellow Towel

Dana Michel, 'Yellow Towel'  (2014)

As a child, Dana Michel would drape a yellow towel on her head so she would resemble the blonde girls at her school. As an adult, she revisits the imaginary world of her other self in a ritual performance without cover-ups or censorship. Review by Selina Thompson.

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Star and Shadow Cinema, Stepney Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 2NP

TUSK Festival 2014

TUSK Festival 2014

TUSK draws on trend, tradition and absurdity in order to create a situation where the audience is never passive. Review by Tom Hopkin

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Various Locations, Brighton

Brighton Photo Biennial 2014

Installation View, Amore e Piombo, Brighton Photo Biennial 2014

The Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 explores photographic history and its potential futures, focusing on collaboration and working together. Review by Rory Duckhouse

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Nightclub, 2017 W. Moffat St. #1 Chicago, IL 60647

Bradley Kronz & Jared Madere: Pusilli

Jared Madere, Untitled, Installation View at Nightclub (2014)

Despite noble attempts to avoid overt referencing, the works of both artists share a quietly macabre aesthetic that feels intentionally dated; filtered through outmoded technologies and 90s horror film clichés. Review by Alex Kuusik

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Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, City Library and Arts Centre, Fawcett Street, Sunderland SR1 1RE

Emotional Resources

Emotional Resources, Lead Image

George Vasey’s inaugural exhibition as curator of the NGCA deplores the aesthetics of sensitive observation, the poetics of biographical distance and ruminates on our disparate screen-based devices as the threshold for introspective broadcast. Review by Josh Wilson

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The Art Licks Weekend, London

Looking, Mediated: Art Licks Weekend 2014

Fabienne Hess, Least Important (2014)

'Looking, Mediated' is a new programme of moving image works by artists who utilise, address and challenge contemporary forms of visual experience, presented at the Art Licks Weekend 2014 in association with LUX. Review by Edwina Attlee.

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